Old connections HDMI to Component Video

HDMI to Component Video (Red/Green/Blue RCA Connections)

There are several good reasons you might need to do this:

 

  • Not enough HDMI Inputs on your TV for all of your Audio/Video Sources.
  • No HDMI Connections on your HDTV.
  • You have an HDTV Distribution System that uses Component Video.

 




The “How” is almost so easy that it's not worth describing. You take an HDMI cable and connect it to the “HDMI Out” your Source Device:

Connect the other end of that cable to your HDMI to Component Video Converter.


Connect the AC Power Supply to the DC 5V input.


Connect a Component Video Cable and a Stereo Audio Cable from the Converters Component Video output (Labeled “Y, Pr and Pb”) .
Y should be Green, Pr should be Red and Pb should be Blue. Use a regular stereo cable for Right and Left Audio.







Connect the Component Video and Stereo Audio Cable to the TV. Power on the TV, Converter and then the Blue Ray Player. Select the proper Component Video input on the TV and there you go, you should have sound and video.